Lego Cyberpunk City Created by by the BroLUG team, inspried by the 1982 movie Blade Runner. Awesome. The full picture set, here. “It’s a cyberpunk display, near future city, Japan-esque,” says one of the BroLUG team in the video below, continuing, “There’s a joke running that we were trying to use every color possible in the display. … we’ve got scala pink, sand blue, and some other weird ‘80s, ‘90s colors.”
In a preview of this week’s Cosmos episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the vast difference between weather, which is what we notice, and climate, which is global and changes gradually -usually. And he has an awfully cute dog out on the beach with him.
A Chinese man and his four-year-old son are apparently stuck in South Korea because his son used his old man's passport as a drawing book. Now the dad stuck in South Korea now because of "unrecognizable documentation" and authorities have warned it is likely he won’t be able to travel home with his son, and the rest of his party. The picture was originally posted on social networking site Weibo by the father, known only as Chen, alongside a plea for help.
With Firebox's £35 monkey brains bowl and scoop chilled cerebral delicacies straight from its hairy gaping cranium. "You can fill it with all sorts of exotic delights like crispy Coleoptera beetles, Eye-ball soup and "Snake Surprise" ...or something more boring, like cornflakes. "
Kai Lin, a designer and student from Brooklyn, developed Klippa, a prosthetic leg for rock climbers. To make Klippa a functional tool, Lin interviewed climbers and examined how their legs move. He determined that a climber's leg needs easily replaceable rubber, an elastic pivot point, and a small contact surface with the rock.